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Yumm Annam Aug 8
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Benica_Wa_Molimi Aug 4
It's been a hectic day since 2am. Hustling is not for faint-hearted...... Today we supplied our clients with: and Pepper Fresh from the Land to the Communities Let's farm!! Gratitude to the most high 🙏
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harshit katyal Aug 8
NZ Lamb wellington/en croute wrapped in smoked back bacon , truffled spinach&mushroom duxelle ; cooked to a medium rare and served with beurre blanc sauce and parsley panko crumb. .
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traceygibbsuk 13h
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Alice Aug 6
Every morning here at Lockwood Salads starts bright & early with harvest. We cut around 5 tonnes of leaves every day - that’s 40,000 bags of salad!
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GastroMom, MD Aug 8
🌿Planter 2 Table - No 40 . . 🌿Planter Grown - Radish Greens (swipe 2 c pics ) . . 🌿Planter grown radish greens cooked with lentils similar to dhal . . 🌿 paired with radish leaves n…
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Paul 🛠️💻⚕️ 15h
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Cllr Peter O'Brien 3h
Sowed during the lockdown. Picked just now and will be on my plate by 7.30pm!! Delighted with myself!!!
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Samue Proby Aug 10
Lil fried chicken 🐓 strip salad 🥗 with pepperoncinis, romaine, and spring mix.
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Kashewar Recipes Aug 10
Eggs Stuffed with Spinach – French cuisine recipe, this dish is well suited not only as lunch, but also as dinner with a glass of white wine
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The Grow Network 4h
🥗🥗🥗 Spinach, a kid-friendly favorite, packs a powerful nutrient punch. Here's everything you need to know to grow it, whether your climate is mild or cool! . . .
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VegeTales.In Aug 4
 is one of the best growing plants in the  system. Spinach is rich in vitamins A, C and K, magnesium, iron and manganese. Eating this leafy green veggie benefits eye health, reduces oxidative…
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MsMedicine Aug 8
Spinach is a . It is loaded with tons of nutrients in a low-calorie package. Dark, like are important for skin, hair, and bone health. They also provide protein, iron, vitamins, and minerals. Try it in a smoothie, dip, or your next summer salad!
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Nancy Waite 23h
Switch out iceberg lettuce with raw . With tons of iron, it's a way to spice up your salad!
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Marcus Thomson Aug 9
Spinach burrito at La Marimba. Different and would not have tried it if they had fish burritos. Lol @ La Marimba-La Bamba Titusville
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Alison M Aug 8
This salad is brought to you by our garden
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Claire Duggan Aug 10
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Maria Zempoalteca 8h
Eat raw instead of iceberg lettuce. Full of calcium-- it's a salad game changer!
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Tavia Tequila 8h
From my own little garden. My first harvest.
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Kelly Kijauskas 23h
Replace iceberg lettuce with raw . Packed with calcium, it's Popeye approved!
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